Pro Life 2023

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Nevada GOP governor signs pro-abortion bill; Oklahoma court strikes down abortion restrictions

Jun 1, 2023

By Tyler Arnold

The pro-life movement suffered a blow this week in two states. Read more


Two elderly pro-life activists beaten outside of Baltimore Planned Parenthood

May 30, 2023

By Tyler Arnold

According to witnesses cited in the police report, the unidentified suspect attacked a 73-year-old man and an 80-year-old man after... Read more


State judge blocks South Carolina’s 6-week abortion ban 

May 30, 2023

By Peter Pinedo

A South Carolina judge temporarily blocked the state’s recently passed six-week “heartbeat” abortion ban on May 26. Read more

Planned Parenthood hosts a rally for funding abortion for Medicaid recipients on the state capitol's steps in January.

Do your tax dollars pay for abortion? It depends on where you live

May 26, 2023

By Peter Pinedo

Rhode Island joins 16 other states funding abortion through Medicaid, despite the Hyde Amendment prohibiting the use of tax dollars... Read more


South Carolina signs six-week ‘heartbeat’ abortion bill into law

May 25, 2023

By CNA Staff

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster signed a bill Thursday prohibiting abortion after six weeks of pregnancy that goes into effect... Read more

Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen on May 22, 2023, signed into law a 12-week abortion ban and a ban on transgender surgery on minors.

Nebraska bans abortion at 12 weeks and sex change surgery for minors

May 24, 2023

By Kevin J. Jones

Over 30 of Nebraska’s 49 senators joined the governor for the signing of the Let Them Grow Act, which bans... Read more

Shellyne Rodriguez vandalized a pro-life display on May 2 that was sponsored by Students for Life of America.

UPDATE: NYC professor who vandalized student pro-life display is fired

May 23, 2023

By Joe Bukuras

A professor at Hunter College in New York City had vandalized a pro-life display on May 2 that was sponsored... Read more

Ashley Banks and her son Jakori (left) and Janyla (right) at MiraVia on Dec. 12, 2019.

MiraVia maternity home brings hope and life to pregnant students in North Carolina

May 23, 2023

By Peter Pinedo

The MiraVia maternity home on the campus of Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina has helped more 60 pregnant and... Read more

Katie, a student at the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota, eats with her baby, Lucia, on her lap in the company of fellow students. Katie is among the first students to benefit from a new initiative at the Catholic college called the St. Teresa of Calcutta Community for Mothers, which provides free babysitting and other material support for young mothers on campus.

Moms on campus: How are Catholic colleges helping students facing unexpected pregnancies?

May 21, 2023

By Lauretta Brown, Shannon Mullen

Spurred by last year’s reversal of Roe v. Wade, Catholic colleges are devoting more resources to support young moms, a... Read more

Heidi Crowter speaks outside the High Court in London England, July 6, 2021.

Woman with Down syndrome sues over abortion law at European Court of Human Rights

May 20, 2023

By AC Wimmer

Heidi Crowter announced her decision to appeal to the ECHR this week after England’s Supreme Court refused to hear her... Read more

Cardinal Wilton Gregory of the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., blesses the newly unveiled "National Life Monument" on the campus of The Catholic University of America's Theological College on May 17, 2023.

Monument to life is installed at Catholic University in Washington, DC

May 17, 2023

By Peter Pinedo

The new “National Life Monument” was unveiled and dedicated today on the campus of The Catholic University of America’s Theological... Read more


North Carolina lawmakers override governor’s veto of 12-week abortion ban

May 17, 2023

By Tyler Arnold

Most abortions will be banned after 12 weeks of pregnancy in North Carolina after Republican lawmakers voted to override Gov.... Read more

A sonogram picture of a fetus in the second trimester of a woman's pregnancy

North Carolina governor vetoes 12-week abortion ban, faces override

May 15, 2023

By Tyler Arnold

The Democratic governor’s veto puts the ball back in the lawmakers’ court, where Republicans enjoy a narrow supermajority. Read more


In swing-state Virginia, pro-life attorney general opts not to support abortion pill lawsuit

May 11, 2023

By Tyler Arnold

Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares has refused to get involved and is instead defending a more moderate approach in the... Read more

Plenary of the Spanish Episcopal Conference.

Spanish bishops: Abortion as a right makes the unborn child ‘a true undocumented person’

May 11, 2023

By Nicolás de Cárdenas

The Spanish Bishops’ Conference criticized the May 9 ruling by the country’s constitutional court that upheld abortion as a right. Read more

The Agape Pregnancy Resource Center in Des Moines, Iowa, was vandalized in June 2022.

FBI offers $15,000 for help identifying suspect in pro-life pregnancy center vandalism

May 10, 2023

By Joe Bukuras

The bureau is offering the reward for information on the vandal or vandals of Pregnancy Resource Center in Des Moines,... Read more

Former President Donald Trump disembarks his plane "Trump Force One" at Aberdeen Airport on May 1, 2023, in Aberdeen, Scotland.

Trump and pro-life leaders meet after controversy over his abortion stance

May 9, 2023

By Peter Pinedo

Key pro-life leaders emerged from a meeting with former president Donald Trump praising him for his anti-abortion stance. Read more

The March for Life in Mexico City, April 29, 2023.

25,000 turn out for March for Life in Mexico City to demand an end to abortion

May 2, 2023

By Eduardo Berdejo

Abortion was legalized in the Mexican capital in 2007. Read more

Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio leads the Archdiocese for the Military Services.

Archbishop of military services condemns new rule allowing abortion at VA medical centers

May 1, 2023

By Tyler Arnold

Archbishop Timothy Broglio called the new VA rule on abortion and a DoD policy funding abortion travel “morally repugnant and... Read more

A participant in the Women's March event Jan. 18, 2020, in San Francisco holds a "Pass the Equal Rights Amendment" sign while marching.

Catholic bishops praise Senate’s blocking of ERA, cite abortion, religious freedom concerns

Apr 28, 2023

By Tyler Arnold

Catholic bishops praised senators who stood their ground Thursday to prevent efforts to enshrine the Equal Rights Amendment in the... Read more